Are Big Tex trailers worth the money?

Are Big Tex trailers worth the money?

Big Tex trailers hold their value over time. If you’re going to invest in one, it should hold its value over time, so you get as much resale value out of it as possible. Big Tex trailers are respected and seen as a good catch even when they’re used—meaning you have an investment that will last for years.

Are Big Tex Trailers any good?

They do make a damn good trailer. Their prep and paint work (read durability) is second to none.

How much does a 40 foot Big Tex trailer cost?

Our Price: $16,190

VIN: 16V3F4820L6084335
Model: 22GN-35BK+5MR
Floor Length: 40′ or 480.00″
Width: 8′ 6″ or 102.00″
Weight: 7950 lbs

Who manufactures Big Tex trailers?

American Trailer Works
About American Trailer Works Headquartered in Southlake, TX, American Trailer Works is a leading manufacturer and distributor of utility and cargo trailers in North America.

Where did Big Tex trailers come from?

Founded in 1982 and based in Mt. Pleasant, TX, Big Tex is the nation’s leading manufacturer and retailer of professional-grade open utility trailers and truck beds.

Where are carry on trailers made?

Carry-On Trailers are American Owned and American Built. They are the number one trailer builder by volume. Carry-On has corporate headquarters in Lavonia, Georgia and 7 manufacturing facilities strategically located throughout the country. They offer utility, cargo, horse, livestock, and specialty trailers.

How much does a 40 ft Big Tex trailer weigh?

Heavy Duty Tandem Dual Wheel GN Hydraulic Dovetail Trailer

Standard Sizes G.V.W.R. Rating Trailer Weight
35′ (26’+9′) 25,900# 8,960#
40′ (31’+9′) 25,900# 9,920#

Are Big Tex Trailers Made in USA?

Our manufacturing facilities are located in Texas, Idaho, Oklahoma and Georgia, making Big Tex the only nationwide trailer distributor and the fastest growing company in the industry.

What happened to Big Tex chess?

On October 19, 2012, the last weekend of the 2012 State Fair of Texas, Big Tex was destroyed by an electrical fire that started in the right boot and worked its way up the structure, first becoming visible from the neck area. After the fire, a new Big Tex was created by SRO Associates and Texas Scenic Co.